ADJUNTO CONTENIDOS Y GUÍAS DE APOYO PARA ESTUDIAR PARA SUS EXÁMENES FINALES.
Royal American School
Viviana Césped Pardo
PAUTA DE EVALUACIÓN
|CORRECCIÓN PRUEBA RELEVANCIA 1||
|ANÁLISIS ERRORES PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA 1||
|DESARROLLO Y CORRECCIÓN KET 1 PARTE ESCRITA||
|TRABAJO CLASES KET||
|TRABAJO CLASES KET AGOSTO||
|TRABAJO CLASES KET SEPTIEMBRE||
**** LA CORRECCIÓN DE LA PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA Y EL ANÁLISIS PODRÁ SER INTERCAMBIADA AL MENOS CON DOS CORRECCIONES Y DOS ANÁLISIS DE DOS PRUEBAS DE UNIDADES QUE HAYAN SIDO REALIZADAS EL SEGUNDO SEMESTRE.
****ÚLTIMO PLAZO DE ENTREGA MARTES 19 NOVIEMBRE.
Royal American School
Viviana Césped Pardo
|First WeekI come ___________ England.
You should ___________ swimming.
|Second weekThere aren’t ___________ people here.
Tim ___________ work tomorrow.
I’d like ___________ information, please.
___________ to school yesterday?
Do you walk
|ThirdDid you speak to Juliet?’ ‘No, I’ve ___________ seen her.
I went to the shop ___________ some chocolate.
You ___________ better see a doctor.
‘I don’t like coffee.’ ‘ ___________ do I.’
|FourthHave you visited London?’ ‘ ___________ .’
‘Why are you so hungry?’ ‘Oh, I ___________ breakfast this morning.’
Is Jo ___________ Chris?
His office is on the second ___________ of the building.
You should ___________ your homework.
How long ___________ English?
do you learn
|1ST weekCLASS WORK : READING TEST
READ THE TEXTS AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT ALTERNATIVE ACCORDING TO THE READING
Japan’s most famous dog
In front of the enormous Shibuya train station in Tokyo, there is a life-size bronze statue of a dog. Even though the statue is very small when compared to the huge neon signs flashing, it isn’t difficult to find. It has been used as a meeting point since 1934 and today you will find hundreds of people waiting there for their friends to arrive- just look for the crowds.
Hachiko, an Akita dog,was born in 1923 and brought to Tokyo in 1924. His owner, Professor Eisaburo Uyeno and he were inseparable friends right from the start. Each day Hachiko would accompany his owner, a professor at the Imperial University, to Shibuya train station when he left for work. When he came back, the professor would always find the dog patiently waiting for him. Sadly, the professor died suddenly at work in 1925 before he could return home.
Although Hachiko was still a young dog, the bond between him and his owner was very strong and he continued to wait at the station every day. Sometimes, he would stay there for days at a time, though some believe that he kept returning because of the food he was given by street vendors. He became a familiar sight to commuters over time. In 1934, a statue of him was put outside the station. In 1935, Hachiko died at the place he last saw his friend alive.
Q1 – The statue of Hachiko is small.
Q2 – The statue isn’t difficult to find because there are so many people there.
Q3 – The professor worked in a school.
Q4 – The professor died at work.
Q5 – The dog waited every day at the station.
Q6 – Nobody gave the dog any food.
Q7 – The dog died before the statue was put outside the station.
|2 nd weekCLASS WORK : READING TEST
Some scientists have predicted that healthy adults and children may one day take drugs to improve their intelligence and intellectual performance. A research group has suggested that such drugs might become as common as coffee or tea within the next couple of decades.
To counter this, students taking exams might have to take drugs tests like athletes. There are already drugs that are known to improve mental performance, like Ritalin, which is given to children with problems concentrating. A drug given to people with trouble sleeping also helps people remember numbers.
These drugs raise serious legal and moral questions, but people already take vitamins to help them remember things better, so it will not be a simple problem to solve. It will probably be very difficult to decide at what point a food supplement becomes an unfair drug in an examination
Q1 – Only children will take pills to improve their intellectual performance.
Q2 – Intelligence pills are already as common as coffee or tea.
Q3 – Coffee is as common as tea.
Q4 – Students could have to take intelligence drugs tests.
Q5 – A sleeping pill helps people remember numbers.
Q6 – Vitamins to help people study are illegal.
Q7 – Food supplements are unfair.
|3 th weekCLASS WORK : READING TEST
Shillong 1) __________ north east India 2) __________ the world record yesterday for the largest number of people 3) __________ the drums together. People travelled 4) __________ long way, many 5) __________ foot, from villages in the state in order 6) __________ in.
A total of 7,951 people played the drums at 7) __________ same time, over seven hundred more than the old record.
The state now 8) __________ two world records – it is the wettest place in the world as well.
|4 th weekCLASS WORK: READING TEST
Liverpool city council want to clear the city of fat pigeons. They say that that people are feeding the birds, which makes them fat. The pigeons get bigger because their normal diet would consist of seeds and insects, not high-fat junk food they are eating in the city centre.
The council want people to know that everyone who feeds the pigeons is responsible for the streets being so crowded with these birds. They hope to encourage the birds to move away from the city centre and into parks and open spaces.
Ten robotic birds have been brought into the city centre to scare the pigeons away and visitors are asked not to give the pigeons any food. The mechanical birds – known as ‘robops’ – will sit on the roofs of buildings. They can be moved around to different locations. They look like a peregrine falcon, which is a bird that kills pigeons. They even make noises and flap their wings to scare the pigeons. They hope that the pigeons will go away before the city becomes the European Capital of Culture in two years.
Q1 – Pigeons are fatter in Liverpool than in other cities.
Q2 – Pigeons get fat because they eat seeds and insects.
Q3 – According to the council, everyone is to blame for the numbers of pigeons.
Q4 – They want the pigeons to move out of the city centre.
Q5 – Visitors shouldn’t feed the pigeons.
Q6 – The robotic birds can move around the city centre.
Q7 – Liverpool is the European Capital of Culture.
ROYAL AMERICAN SCHOOL
VIVIANA CÈSPED PARDO
REVIEW OCTOBER- UNIT TEST (I PART)
Vocabulary: Adjectives related to personal characteristics
- Ambitious : Someone with a desire to be successful
- Bright: Clever, intelligent
- Conscientious: Someone who works carefully and thoroughly
- Cheerful: Happy and optimistic
- Keen: Interested in something or willing to do it.
- Moody: Sometimes happy, sometimes sad.
- Outgoing : Extroverted
- Punctual: A person who arrives on time.
- Rude: Not polite
Vocabulary extension: Study the meanings of words relted to Jobs
Grammar: Use & Rules
Modal verbs to express obligation, prohibition and lack of necessity.
- Prohibition: mustn`t
- Lack of necessity: don`t need to
- Obligation: must
- Absence of obligation: don`t have to
- The opposite of must: don`t have to
- Necessity: need to
Must / mustn`t + infinitive without to : You must to go ( wrong) / You must go there.(Right)
Don`t /doesn`t, need to + infinitive without to : She doesn`t need to wear uniforms / I need to live here.
1.Translate the following sentences
- No soy muy ambicioso. Estoy un tanto feliz hacienda el trabajo que tengo.
- Él es demasiado .No es una sorpresa que a los cliente no les guste!.
- Su novio es muy cambiante. Nunca puedes saber si él va a sonreír o te va a gritar.
- La nueva asistente es considerada. Ella siempre revisa todo lo que hace.
2. Find these words in context. Give the definitions and write sentences ( use examples given in the book)
Cheerful, presentable, conscientious, moody, outgoing, rude, punctual, keen, bright
Ambitious: Someone with a desire to be successful
Good opportunities for advancement for ambitious people in our nationwide chain of station
3. Complete the job requirements. Use modal verbs (must-mustn`t-need to-don`t need to)
1.You…….be over eighteen.
2.You……..be hardworking and punctual and you………be rude to customers.
3.Applicants………have prior experience-everyone will be considered.
4.We are open 24 hours a day, so you………..be able to work nights.
5.All meals are provided, so you……..bring your own foo.
6.Applicants………have facial piercings or visible tattoos.
EVALUACIONES SEGUNDO SEMESTRE
PRUEBA UNIDAD 5 (SEPTIEMBRE)
KET ONLINE 1 (32 EJERCICIOS-PLAZO ÚLTIMO ENVÍO VENCIDO EL 27 DE SEPTIEMBRE)
PRUEBA DE UNIDAD 6 (OCTUBRE)
KET ONLINE 2 (34 EJERCICIOS-PLAZO POR VENCER 25 DE OCTUBRE)
PRUEBA DE UNIDAD 7 (NOVIEMBRE)
KET OLINE 3 (34 EJERCICIOS -PLAZO POR VENCER 18 DE OCTUBRE)
KET 1/KET 2 ( PROMEDIO)
CLASSWORK ( NOTAS ACUMULATIVAS-TRABAJO EN CLASES, TAREAS)
PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA
PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA PRIMER SEMESTRE CORRECCIÓN
PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA PRIMER SEMESTRE ANÁLISIS
KET 1 CORRECCIÓN READING AND WRITTEN
KET 2 CORRECCIÓN READING AND WRITTEN
VOCABULARY EXTENSION UNIT TEST 5
KET CLASSWORK (EJERCICIOS TRABAJOS EN LOS PRIMEROS 10 MINUTOS DE CLASES Y EJERCICIOS TRABAJADOS EN LA SALA DE COMPUTACIÓN AGOSTO Y SEPTIEMBRE KET SEMANAL
EL TRABAJO DE LA CLASE (JUEVES 26-09) Y LA CLASE DE HOY JUEVES 3 DE OCTUBRE, CONSISTE EN ESTUDIAR LAS PALABRAS DE VOCABULARIO CONTEXTUAL DE LA PRUEBA DE UNIDAD 5 (PALABRAS DEL VOCABULARIO DE LA UNIDAD 4 DE SU TEXTO)
EN CUANTO A LO QUE ALCANZARON A REALIZAR EL JUEVES PASADO Y HOY, DEBERÁN ENVIARLO COMO AVANCE A MI CORREO ,TENIENDO COMO PLAZO MÁXIMO DE ENVÍO MAÑANA 4 DE OCTUBRE. ESTO FORMARÀ PARTE DE SU CLASSWORK, LO QUE FINALMENTE SE TRADUCIRÀ EN UNA NOTA PARCIAL. RUEGO ENVIAR AVANCES A MI CORREO VIVIANACESPED@GMAIL.COM.
EN ESTE CORREO ENVIADO HOY, DEBERÁN ESPECIFICAR EN EL ASUNTO:l CLASSWORK -FECHA-NOMBRE -CURSO
EN LO QUE RESPECTA AL TRABAJO RELACIONADO CON LOS EJERCICIOS KET DE AGOSTO Y SEPTIEMBRE QUE SE SUPONE DEBERÍAN SER REALIZADOS LOS 10 PRIMEROS MINUTOS DE CADA CLASE, SUGIERO REVISAR EL BLOG EN LA CATEGORÍA 9TH GRADE RAS 2013.USTED ENCONTRARÀ QUE EN SEPTIEMBRE SE SUBIERON EJERCICIOS SEMANALES PARA SER REALIZADO EN SU CUADERNO KET O PARTE KET DE SU CUADERNO.SE DEBE ESCRIBIR EL EJERCICIO COMPLETO ADEMÀS DE LAS ALTERNATIVAS Y LAS RESPUESATAS CORRECTAS.ESTA REVISIÒN SE REALIZARÀ LA PRIMERA SEMANA DE NOVIEMBRE EN DONDE SE CONSIDERARÀN EN LA NOTA LAS SIGUIENTES TAREAS ACUMULATIVAS:
PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA CORRECCIÓN
PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA ANÁLISIS
KET TEST 1 CORRECCIÓN (PARTE ESCRITA)
KET TEST 2 CORRECCIÓN (PARTE ESCRITA) (TEST QUE SE APLICARÁ A FINALES DE OCTUBRE)
EJERCICIOS KET DE LAS CLASES Y DEL BLOG (AGOSTO-SEPTIEMBRE-OCTUBRE).
CLASSWORK-AVANCES-CORRECIÓN DE LA PRUEBA UNIDADADES 5-7.
TRABAJO VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT
TODOS LOS EJERCICIOS DEBERÁN SER COPIADOS EN UN ARCHIVO WORD. ANOTAR LA CATEGORÍA A LA CUAL PERTENECE LA PALABRA, ESCRIBIR LA ORACIÓN O LA ESTROFA Y SUBRAYAR LA PALABRA.
SI NO ALCANZÓ A TERMINAR CON EL LISTADO, USTED PODRÁ SEGUIR ENVIANDO HASTA LA SEMANA SIGUIENTE.
EN CUANTO A LOS EJERCICIOS DADOS EN LAS PUBLICACIONES RELACIONADOS CON LA PRUEBA DE UNIDAD, USTED DEBERÁ, ESCRIBIR LOS EJERCICIOS EN EL CUADERNO Y SERÁ CONSIDERADA EN LA REVISIÓN DE LOS EJERCICIOS EN CLASE EN NOVIEMBRE .
PHRASAL VERBS (TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS)
TIME EXPRESSIONS (PAST-PRESENT PERFECT)
TRAVEL RELATED EXPRESSIONS
YOU CAN TAKE THE EXAMPLES FROM
STUDENT`S BOOK PAGES .26 -27-28-29-30-31
WORKBOOK PAGES .22-23-24-25
PAGES 130-131 UNIT 4
ELEVATOR LIFT PAGES .11-12
ELEVATOR CD UNIT 4
- Come across : To find by accident
- Come over : To visit
- Get along: To have a good relationship
- Go back : To return
- Grow up: To become more mature
- Join in : To participate
- Look forward to : To be excited about a future event
- Set off: To start a journey
- Take up : To start a hobby
Ö “I`m not usually adventurous”, Melanie told us,1. “but when I came across the Save the Seas ad in our local newspaper, I knew immediately it was for me. I started getting ready for the trip right away and I 8 set off Indonesia week later.”
Ö The local people aren`t accustomed to seeing Westerns, and they used to 2 come over to our tents and stare at us.
Ö I`ve been to six weddings since I arrived! And 9 I`ve even taken up surfing!”
Ö We didn`t know each other before we arrived, but we all 3 get along brilliantly
Ö I think taking a year off makes you more mature and independent you 5 grow up so quickly.
Ö We`re invited to 6 join in with all their activities.
Ö I `m really 7 looking forward to 4 going back to the States and starting college now!”
|Simple Past||Present Perfect|
|10.yesterday11.two years ago12.three months ago
13.two weeks ago.
|19.all my life20.since January21.since Summer
22.for five years
23.for six weeks
Have you ever been to Indonesia?
No, I haven`t, but I went to Singapore ten years ago.
Did you go on vacation?
No, I went to visit my sister. She has lived there for five year now.
Did you like it?
I loved it. But my next trip is going to be to New Zealand. I have wanted to go there ever since I saw The Lord of the Rings.
Travel – related expressions
28.Hitch a ride
29.Make a reservation
31.Rent a car
32.Pass through customs
33.Take a train
36.Do some sightseeing
- A story usually has a beginning, a middle and an end.
- Look at the linkers in the box.
|38.At first38.39.One day 40..Initially||41.in the meantime42.after a while43.later that night
44.by that time
45.the next day
46.at that point
47.the following week
48.a few days later
49.a few days passed
|50.at last51.in the end|
Study these conversations
Can you practice the vocabulary in context?
Wayne: Have you been waiting long?
Frank: Not too long. About half an hour. How about you?
Wayne: I`ve been here for three hours.
Frank: Three hours! Oh, no! Where are you headed?
Wayne: Madrid. What about you?
Frank: I`m trying to get to Barcelona. My name`s Frank, by the way.
Wayne: Right, nice to meet you. I`m Wayne.
Frank: So…have you been on the road for long?
Wayne: Yeah, I`m on a trip around Europe. I`ve been traveling for about three
Frank: No kidding? Which countries have you been to?
Wayne: France, Germany, Italy, Greece and now Spain. It`s been great fun so far
Frank: Have you been hitching everywhere?
Wayne: No, I`ve been taking trains mostly. I`ve only hitchhiked a couple of times.
It`s tough. What about you?
Frank: I just arrived last week so I haven`t done much yet. But I have been
eating a lot. They sure know how to eat over there.
Wayne: You`re right there.
Frank: Which reminds me…I haven`t had anything since last night.
Wayne: No!? Have you tried Spanish omelet yet? You know…tortilla?
Frank: Is it good?
Wayne: You`ll find out! Come on…. There`s a service station over there. They`ll
Have tortilla and we might even find somebody to give us a rid.
A: How long have you been travelling around Asia?
B: I`ve been travelling for about three months. I`ve visited six countries already.
A: Have you met many people?
B: Lots! I`ve been going to parties every night. What about you?
A: I`ve been here since Tuesday, but I`ve loved every minute. I`ve been doing lots of sightseeing and I`ve bought some great souvenirs
Read this story and identify the vocabulary in context.
I`ve learned a new way of life!
For the last six months. Melanie Black has been living in Kuala Haiti, a small village in the south of Sumatra. Together with six other volunteers from Save the Seas, a nonprofit charitable organization, Melanie has been working with an Indonesian marine research team to survey the ocean environment. She says it has been the most amazing experience of her life.
“I`m not usually adventurous”, Melanie told us, “but when I came across the Save the Seas ad in our local newspaper, I knew immediately it was for me. I started getting ready for the trip right away and I set off Indonesia week later.”
“I` ve always been interested in the ocean. I`m going to study Marine Biology at college next semester , but all the same it was hard here at first. The local people aren`t accustomed to seeing Westerns, and they used to come over to our tents and stare at us. Things got better when we learned to speak the local language, and now they have really accepted us into their community. We`re invited to join in with all their activities- I`ve been to six weddings since I arrived! And I`ve even taken up surfing!”
“All the volunteers are on a year off before starting college. We didn`t know each other before we arrived, but we all get along brilliantly- I feel like I`ve made friends for life!”
“This experience has really helped me a lot of confidence. I think taking a year off makes you more mature and independent you grow up so quickly. I `m really looking forward to going back to the States and starting college now!”
Study linkers in your student`s book elevator 3-unit 4-pages 30-31
Katie: One day, while I was staying in a cabin in the Rockies, I heard a strange noise outside the door. At first I didn`t pay any attention, but after a while I heard the noise again. So I looked out the window and saw a bear! I was terrified! I didn´t know what to do, so I just sat frozen behind the door. In the meantime, I could hear the bear shuffling around outside the door. Gradually I plucked up the courage to get my cell phone from my backpack. Suddenly the door opened and the bear came into the cabin. At that point I was hysterical. I threw my cell phone at the bear and its head fell off! When I saw that, I screamed, but then I heard someone laughing. The bear was now standing up, with his head under its arm. By that time I wasn`t scared anymore, just very confused.
At last I realized that It wasn`t a bear at all, but another camper in a costume. He explained that they were having a fancy dress party later that night, and he invited me to go. In the end I went to the party, but I left the park the very next day.
VOCABULARY EXTENSION ACTIVITY I
1) IDENTIFY VOCABULARY UNIT 5.
2) UNDERLINE THESE WORDS.
3) WRITE EXAMPLES, USING WORDS IN CONTEXT. iDENTIFY THE CATEGORY OR TYPE OF WORD AND FINALLLY SEND YOUR CLASSWORk (WORD FILE).
Travel- related word
1) I need to change money
1) I went to the dentist two years ago.
FW: CLASSWORK/SEPTEMBER 26th/GRADE:
Name: write your name and last name
Date: Write date
Grade: Write your grade
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UNIT 4 TEST
SEPTEMBER 27 (8 ENVIOS SEMANALES CON PLAZOS VENCIDOS)
KO1(16 EJERCICIOS DE READING-WRITING Y 16 EJERCICIOS KET LISTENING) .
UNIT 5 TEST
OCTOBER 25 (ENVIAR HASTA ESA FECHA NO HAY LÍMITES EN FECHAS DE ENVÍOS)-KO2 (17 EJERCICIOS DE READING-WRITING Y 17 EJERCICIOS KET LISTENING) .
UNIT 6 TEST
OCTOBER ( A CONFIRMAR)
KET 2 (WRITING)
RECUERDE QUE LOS RESUTADOS DEL KET 1 AND 2 SE PROMEDIAN CON UNA NOTA SUMATIVA AL LIBRO.
NOVEMBER (TRABAJO DE PROCEDIMIENTOS ACUMULATIVOS-SUMATIVOS)
RELEVANCE TEST 1 (CORRECCIÓN Y ANALISIS)
KEY 1 (CORRECCIÓN ESCRITO)
KEY 2 (CORRECCIÓN)
KET CLASS WORK-BLOG WORK (PREGUNTAS Y RESPUESTAS CORRECTAS EN SU CUADERNO)
NOVEMBER 15 –
UNIT 7 TEST
KO3 (17 EJERCICIOS DE READING-WRITING Y 17 EJERCICIOS KET LISTENING)
ALUMNOS CON NOTAS PENDIENTES-PONERSE A DIA URGENTE.
ALUMNOS KET 1 PENDIENTE-DEBERÁN DAR AMBAS PARTES DEL KET 2 Y SE PROMEDIARAN AMBAS NOTAS. EN CUANTO A LA CORRECCIÓN DEL KET 1 Y 2, DEBERÁN CORREGIR SOLAMENTE EL KET 2
SI NO ALCANZÓ A REVISAR NI ANALIZAR SU PRUEBA DE RELEVANCIA 1 POR FAVOR CONSULTAR EN SALA BIBLIOTECA-NO SE PUEDE LLEVAR LA PRUEBA.RECUERDE QUE LA CORRECCIÓN ES UNA NOTA ACUMULATIVA Y EL ANÁLISIS DE SUS ERRORES OTRA NOTA ACUMULATIVA.